Welcome to This Week in Origami.  These are some of the best new origami images I’ve seen posted on the Internet over the past week.  Let’s dive in!

First up this excellent T-Rex by Dai Lu

Origami T-Rex by Dai Lu

Tyrannosaurus, Designed and Folded by Dai Lu

Crease pattern available here

Original image on Flickr

 

Jun Mitani had a couple of awesome looking paper shapes.  He took one of his models and made a delicious looking box of them as well as a great looking fractal.

Origami Meringue Box

Meringue Cookies Box, Designed and Folded by Jun Mitani

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Origami Fractal by Jun Mitani

20150623, Designed and Folded by Jun Mitani

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Andrey Ermakov made this stylish origami kusudama out of 60 sheets of paper.

Origami Black Cat Kusudama

Kusudama op.81 №7 (“Black Cat”), Designed and Folded by Andrey Ermakov

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Daniel Brown folded this awesome looking lobster.

Origami Lobster

Lobster, Designed by Jason Ku and folded by Daniel Brown

Crease pattern available here

Original image on Flickr

 

Rui Roda did a fantastic job folding this little paper reindeer.

Origami Deer

Reindeer, Designed by Fabian Correa and folded by Rui Roda

Diagrams available in OUSA Origami Collection 2015

Original image on Flickr

 

Maria Sinayskaya made some more beautiful kusudamas.

Origami Kusudamas

Origami Sonobe, Designed and Folded by Maria Sinayskaya

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Origami Kusudama

Origami Kusudama, Designed and Folded by Maria Sinayskaya

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Hubert Villeneuve made this amazing looking and super detailed Mandrake.

Origami Mandrake

Mandrake, Designed and Folded by Hubert Villeneuve

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

Finally Tine Blasek folded this awesome looking kusudama out of 30 sheets of paper.

Tine Blasek's Kusudama

Inside the Box, Designed and Folded by Tine Blasek

Instructions not available

Original image on Flickr

 

I did see a bunch of other awesome origami photos this week but I haven’t managed to contact their creators yet to get permission to post them.  Hopefully I’m able to do that soon and future editions of This Week in Origami should be a lot more interesting.